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in the new year. >> i'm heather chilled ders. where is martha? bill: she will be here next week. >> i'm filling in for martha. that comes for a rocky start from the speak. bill: do l delayed vote for victims of soup storm sandy punted to the next congress. that affected lawmakers in the affected area. >> to leave new york, new jersey, thousand of people in this area this holiday season on their own and abandoned was wrung and disgraceful in a lot of ways. to say to a region hirt by a natural disaster and now you have to rebuild yourself and you have to fund the reconstruction, actually adds insult to injury. bill: the critic say, the bill, they're sympathetic to the victims but the aid needs to be paid for. there is other criticism. mike emanuel live on the hill. good morning to you. first on john boehner's leadership. is the in question as a speaker or not? >> reporter: bill, no question it has been a bumpy few weeks for speaker john boehner a a lot of house conservatives did not like the fiscal cliff deal they were forced to vote on new year's day with the threat of the country goin
. >> heather: i'm heather childers. we are hearing from some of the lucky ones at this point one hostage who escaped how the attack all started. >> wednesday morning i was outside the facility and terrorists came. they stopped the gate and inside the office buildings and started to take hostages. i barricade made recess with another colleague of mine in one of the offices. we locked the door. we put a desk on the door. >> heather: gregg pat pal could the is following this live from london. >> reporter: we are n getting some signs that the standoff is just about over. algerian officials saying we are getting signing of how bloody this long siege was and more questions about the fate of the americans. the algerian special forces were the ones that went in and did this final assault against the armed al-qaeda militants holding hostages at this natural gas complex in algeria. according to algerian government officials, they are saying that both militants and foreign hostages were killed in today's final attack. the government just in the past two hours or so are coming up with what they call is
of "america's newsroom." heather: i'm heather childers, bill and martha are off this morning. it was a knockdown, dragout battle to the finish between senate democrats and republicans. in the end, the measure passed 89-8 but with mixed emotions on both sides. >> i've said all along that our most important priority was to protect middle class families. this legislation does that. middle class families will wake up today to the assurance that their taxes won't go up. >> it does not address the number one priority, creating good middle class jobs now. secondly, this proposal does not generate the revenue necessary for the country to meet its needs. >> so it took an impermit solution to prevent our constituents from a very real financial pain. but in my view, it was worth the effort. rick: so those are the senators. chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel is live on the hill. so, mike, the house is going to get this. any idea what the house plans to do with it? >> reporter: happy new year. the house gop leadership meets with its members about three hours from now. they wan
>>. >> gregg: hello. glad you you are with us. i'll gregg jarrett and welcome. >> heather: i'm heather childers. topping the news, brand-new details of the deadly terrorist siege involving americans and other international workers in algeria will. we will have a live update. >> gregg: battle lines are drawn on capitol hill as congressional leaders from both sides of the aisle sound off on the president's gun control agenda. we'll have a fair and balanced debate. >> heather: plus the fallout in two high profile scandals involving lance armstrong and mantai teo. our legal panel weighs. >> gregg: we begin this hour with president obama officially getting for four more years. his first term is now over, one for the record books and second one is just now beginning. president sworn in for the second term by chief just john roberts. ed, this time went off without a hitch. >> reporter: four years a little bit of a hiccup when roberts couldn't quite remember the oath. he had tried to memorize it. this time he brought note cards. he got it right. the president was teased by one of his
. deadly attack on consulate in benghazi libya. i'm jon scott. >> i'm not jenna lee. i'm heather childers heather: lawmakers grilling her on the september 11th raid that left our ambassador chris stevens and three other americans dead. after an independent review blasted the state department, and the steps the obama administration is taking to beef up security at u.s. facilities worldwide. >> as i have said many times, i take responsibility, and nobody is more committed to getting this right. i am determined to leave the state department and our country safer, stronger and more secure. heather: doug mckelway is live for us on capitol hill with the very latest. doug, we're learning new details seems moment by moment. what can you tell us? >> reporter: well, most recent thing, senator rand paul absolutely skewering the secretary of state moments ago calling the attack on benghazi the worst since 9/11. he said he would have removed the secretary of state from her post because of that. among other new revelations she was asked directly if she was made aware of requests by ambassador stevens a
of on the record. good night from washington. >> good morning. thank you for joining us. i am heather cheryleds. >> i am patti ann browne. thank you for watching fox and friends first. it is time now for the t5@5:00. >> american pastor was convicted simply for being christian. he has been sentenced to 8 years for tat the most brutal prison. >> usually when they go after somebody because they are christian or convert they don't say that. the state media today which was in the courtroom in this surprise trial where they announced his conviction and sentence in less than a week as you said they put in their own article. they say his crime and what he was convicted of was intentional attempt to undermine the national security of the iranian government by being involved in house churches from 2001 to 2005. >> the state department is now calling for his release saying we condemn iran's violation of universal right of freedom of religion we call on him to respect his rights and release him. >> another miracle on the hudson they managed to get out of the sinking plane. they were in the water for hours.
, heather. discusses is expected to be about the legislative battles that lie ahead in his second term. showdowns over the debt ceiling and gun control. heather: wendell goler is live for us at the white house. good morning, wendell. why is the president holding a news conference now? >> reporter: well, heather, as john said it is the last week of the president's first term and wants to talk about the issue likely to dominate his second. that is the nation's debt and deficit. we already reached the $16 trillion debt limit set by congress. treasury secretary tim geithner says his accounting tricks and maneuvers can only buy us a couple more months the president wants to call on congress to raise the debt ceiling without drama. he says even the threat, note to raise the debt ceiling could cause a down-tick in the nation's credit rating as it did in 2011. republicans are determined to use that leverage. it may be the only leverage they have to raise the nation's debt ceiling. in the past it has worked to demand spending cuts in exchange for raising the nation's debt ceiling. they intend t
'm heather chill ders. topping the news this hour. an american pastor missing in iran has been sentenced by the so-called hanging judge over his christian faith. fears mounting the american citizen may never make it home to his family. breaking details in a live report. >> greg: a fire ripping through nightclub killing hundreds in a deadly fire in more than a decade. witnesses now describing the ordeal. >> it's secretary of state hillary clinton a no bell peace prize laureate? one group now urging the nobel committee now recognizing secretary clinton. should it? a fair and balanced debate ahead. we begin with some breaking news now in the fate of an american pastor sentenced to prison in iran according to the american senator for law and justice. pastor is a e.d. be a dean any's sense was handed down by one of iran's most notorious judges to be carried out in one of the country's most brutal prisons. now there are growing concerns about whether he will ever make it back home safely to the united states shannon bream is live in washington. what's the latest on this case? >> family and fri
>> good morning. i am heather childers. >> i am ainsley earhardt. >> it is thursday the end of the week. it is january 3rdrd. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". it is a new day at a new school for the students at sandy hook elementary. they will return to class nearly 3 weeks after 20 of the classmates and 6 faculty members were killed in one of the worst mass shootings in u.s. history. teachers and volunteers have been work to go make the new school as comfortable as possible. >> at one point there were 80 people in the building cleaning up the building doing the kinds of things painting to make it really look cheerful and happy. >> the student's backpacks which were left behind were take tone the new school to make them feel at home. grief counselors will be there and security will be tight. >> that will be a tough day. >> secretary of state hill clinton out of the hospital this morning. her husband former president bill clinton and daughter chelsea seen here walking her out of new york presbyterian hospital. she under went treatment for a potentially life threa
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cle clear>> good morning. i am heather cheryleds. >> i am heather nauert. thank you for getting up with us and watching "fox & friends first". >> these are the top five stories making news at this hour. just when you thought the manti te'o story couldn't take another turn now the alleged mastermind of the hoax apparently disguised his voice so te'o thought he was talking to a girl on the phone. linnea, te'o and his family breaking their silence. te'o admits to lying after he found out about the truth because he didn't have the guts to admit he had been duped. we will talk to brian kilmeade more about this at the bottom of the hour. >> women will soon be able to serve on the on the front lines of the nation's wars. they will lift the military ban on women serving in cam bat. it will open more than 230,000 jobs in the army and marines. news of the move drawing mixed reaction. >> i broke down and had muscle atrophy and weight also at a much faster weight and noticeable weight than my male marines. >> i was ready for it and that was in the early 80s. >> the ban had been in place since
>> ghouled morning to y-- good you. i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am heather childers. >> we begin with extreme weather. right now there are tornado sirens going off in louisville, kentucky. the storm being described as wild and dangerous. late last night a tornado touched down in mississippi. there are reports of two others hitting arkansas and missouri. several homes have been damaged trees down. this morning there are still tornado warnings as twoeld you in place. then there is indiana. severe storms also damaged homes there knocking out power and forcing roads to close. maria poll lemolina has been tr the storms. >> we are talking about severe weather on this january. we typically don't see temperatures this warm that is why we are eeiseeing severe wear outbreaks. another widespread risk over the panhandle mississippi and through southern pennsylvania. another day where many cities will be impacted by the strong to severe storms possible damaging wind gusts 60 miles an hour. others in itself can cause damage. we have reports of flooding and a flooding threat across places in th
>> good morning to you. hope you are off to a great day. i am heather nauert. >> i am heal>> leaving behind a massive path of destruction. this is amateur video showing the massive funnel cloud in daresville, georgia. that area hit the hardest. the 25 mile per hour winds leveling homes in office buildings. even slipping over 18-wheelers and cars. take a look at that. like they were toys scattered. >> ashley, run, run. i ran and he jumped on top of me. the doors flung open. >> janice dean, the midwest and southeast having a lot of these problems. >> the storm is moving eastward. >> at one point we were dealing with a storm system that stretched a thousand miles. the worst of it hitting new york city. a lot of folks that endured sandy had wind gusts close to 60 miles an hour. the good news it, it will be a quick mover the bad news the worst of it is here and will continue through out the morning rush hour. behind it cold enough for snow. we could see 6-12 inches of snow in front of this very moist air. these thunderstorms continue to erupt along the i 95 corridor. be cautious
>> good friday morning to you. i am heather nauert. >> i am heather childers. thank you so much for joining us. it is friday january 25th. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". time now for the top 5@5:00. a vigil held last night for beloved philadelphia pediatrician melissa katanuchi. her body was found bound and burned earlier this week. an exterminate tore confessed to killing her. he told police the two got into an argument during an argument at her home. he strangled her and set her body on fire. surveillance video shows smith's truck parked nearby him following her into her house and driving by twice after the murder. he's facing several charges in connection with the pediatrician's killing. >> diane fine stein introducing a new proposal that would ban certain kinds of so-called assault weapons. in a press conference democrats say they want to block the sale manufacturing and i am port tation of weapons like these. >> enough is enough. these weapons don't be long on the streets of our cities. their purpose was to kill large numbers of people in close combat. >> cri
morning to you. i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am heather nauert. hope you had a good weekend. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". >> time now for the top 5@5:00. the algerian government is expected to release more details today as the death toll rises and the hostage crisis. at least 81 people have been killed and there are reports terrorists tied to al qaeda actually worked at that bp plant which gave them detailed knowledge of the facility. one survivor says the terrorist spoke english and tried to warn him out of hiding and eventually he was able to make a break for it. >> (indiscernible) >> terrifying certainly. >> the teenaged son of a fire department chaplain is in police custody and face charges in the shooting death of his parents. his 9-year-old brother and 5 and 2-year-old sister. police say 15-year-old nehemiah greago shot each victim more than once at their home in albuquerque key. several guns were taken from the scene. >>> it looks like this home in oregon was hit by a tornado. he was just about to go to sleep the other night when an suv going 100 miles an hour c
. >> thanks, heather. it is 16 after the hour. it is time for a look at who is talking. we turn to the continuing controversy surrounding the new york newspaper the journal news. that paper published the name of gun owners in two new york state counties. that's what fox's judge jeanine pirro is talking about this morning. the judge happens to be one of the legal gun owners whose name was published. on her program this weekend she had a powerful message for the newspaper. >> firestorm began when journal news identified gun owners in a pedophile like interactive mess. the battered woman hiding from her abuser whose address has been protected by the courts. the police officer whose family is now in jeopardy. the witness who testified against the bad guy who is in jail and for years has been stewing about that witness. judges and da's like me who not only investigated, indicted and prosecuted criminals but as a judge actually put them in jail. so when the heat is turned up and we want answers and we want to know why, you the journal news can't talk? you shut down? give us a hint. wa
. thanks for watching.g.g.g.g.g. >> good morning everyone. i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather childers. it is monday january 14th. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". >> it is time for your 5@5:00. top five stories making news at this hour. a new york newspaper's controversial position to name the addresses and names of people with guns may be the reason for a robbery. no one was home at the time of the break in. one of the two suspects has been caught. the editors of the jourm news continue to defend the decision to publish the information. many say it would help criminals target certain homes. >>> the flu epidemic has people scrambling for vaccinations. doctors and pharmacies are running out of the flu vaccine for kids ages 6 months to four years says it is sold out. there's word of a shortage for the liquid form of tamiflu which is given to children who have the flu to slow or stop the sympto symptoms. the security details returned fire but the gunman sped off. the incident took place four months after the terror attack on the u.s. cobs lat nsulate be which left four peopl
to kick in. >> thank you so much. it is going around, at any time is, heal -- isn't it, heather. >> it is. there is a new plan to let 18-year-olds drink alcohol at bars and restaurants in the state of colorado. there is one catch. parents have to be with them in order to buy and drink the booze. republican state senator caught up the idea when he was out to dinner. he was celebrating his 20-year-old daughter's birthday he was upset because he couldn't have a drink legally with the 20-year-old. under the proposal they wouldn't have to offer a birth certificate just their id and the child's id. in the end the server would have the final say ch. th that leads us to the question of the day should parents be able to buy booze for their children or is it a bad idea? >> you can tweet us at fox frien fox friends first or e-mail us. >>> 17 after the top of the hour. coming up next on the rundown his wife says everyone loved her husband. investigators are trying to figure out why he might have been murdered one day after winning the lottery. a little boy lost in the woods with his dog. we will tell
) uh, heather, i wonder if you can help me, i'm looking for someone. heather: of course. is this person a guest with us today? no. an employee. oh, okay. you'd need to speak to the resident manager. shall i call him? sure. you know, actually, i just came in to say hi. it's the manager i'm looking for... i have a job interview. a friend set it up. i have his name here somewhere... floyd mather. mr. mather. right. take those stairs up to the mezzanine, then all the way around and look for the signs. thank you so much. concierge: good luck! spike: boss, james served two 30-day sentences last year - assault and violating a restraining order. domestic offenses go back four years, and he's been out of work for over a year. there's gonna be money issues. i talked to tobias. michelle and may have moved three times in the last year and james keeps finding them, and every time he escalates. parker: dominating personality, multiple stressors, his life is out of control. he picks today to lash back at the one person he can blame. and we know how these things often go. jules: yeah, that's what i'm a
>> good morning to you. i am heather nauert. >> i am ainsley earhardt. it is thursday the end of the week it's january 17th. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". >> it's time for the top 5 stories. we begin with a fox news alert. terrorists are holding dozens of foreign hostages including 7 americans in the country of algeria. the algerian army is vournding the natural gas facility where they are going held. the man believed to be behind it all is a one-eyed veteran jihadist with long standing ties to al qaeda. they am burn bushe district of columbia ambushed a bus. then they headed for the gas field. it was revenge in the country of mali. >> far from a household name but he's about to become the president's chief of staff. dennis mcdone gnaw will get the post. it's expect to do happen earl flicks week. it's another example of president obama looking to the inside circle for loyalists. jack lew was succeeded geithner as treasury secretary. >>> after the benghazi terror attacks the confirmation hearings will begin for her possible replacement. a hearing for senator joh
, but it never goes away. you'll always love them. >> heather was at the capital in denver today where she fought for a law to insure that all unborn victims of homicide were considered people. for heather, this story is deeply personal. she was just days away from giving birth to a boy last july when she was hit by a drunk driver. she lost the baby, and state law prevented authorities from charging the drunk driver with her unborn baby's death. >> it was really hard because someone took him from me. and it's really hard. the law says that brady wasn't a person. brady was 8 pounds 2 ounces. brady was a person. his life was worth defending. >> the pro life organization personhood colorado helped heather launch a campaign to tell her story. heather is "outfront" tonight, joined by her mother who was also in the car for that horrific accident. heather, i just have to say, talking about your story, it's hard to comprehend, even think about comprehending what you went through. how has it been every day since then? i mean, those are the last few days where you were probably full of excitement, right? a
>> good friday morning to you. thank you for waking up with us. i am heather nauert. >> today is friday january 11th. thanks for watching "fox & friends first". it is time for your top 5@5:00. the nasty flu outbreak is prompting new concerns about a vaccine shortage. more than 128 million doses of the vaccine have been shipped out across the country. that's 95 percent of the season's supply. in the meantime pennsylvania is having the worst season in two years. 25,000 have been confirmed and 22 deaths. the cdc is expecting new numbers about the number of flu cases school wide. >> a shooting in california. a 16-year-old student walked into the high school with a shot gun and opened fire. one student was critically wounded. a teacher is being hailed as a hero for helpling get students out of the door and for getting the shooter to stop. >> young man living in the state of minnesota actually was using a social security number. what was really interesting is doing further checking on his life he had the state date of birth as a boy who was missing back in 1994. the accused gunman w
th, and this is "now." >>> joining me today, "rolling stones" eric bates, heather mcgee, former traveling press secretary for the obama campaign jen psaki, and the effortlessly elegant msnbc contributor jonathan capehart of "the washington post." at a time of great fiscal uncertainty and belt tightening, president obama is poised to nominate as the next treasury secretary a man who brings his lunch to work every day, a cheese sandwich and apple to be precise, president obama will reportedly tap jack lew tomorrow to replace timothy geithner. lew would take over on the eve of another debt ceiling battle. in round one during the summer of 2011, boehner's top staffer called lew's debt ceiling negotiations disrespectful and dismissive. according to david plouffe, that is because jack knows the numbers and republicans couldn't pull a fast one. two names are being floated to replace lew, dennis mcdonagh, currently his deputy national security adviser and ron klain. but the latest cabinet nomination is, surprise, creating consternation among who else, congressional republicans. after ca
. they are all white men. heather has the president fallen short of the diversity standard that he set in the first administration? >> if you look at the totality of his cabinet, he put together a diverse cabinet that is about as on par with diverse as the clinton administration and more diverse than the bush administration. it's important to step back and see why it matters at all. if you look at the out going secretary of labor, who was a child of immigrant parents. they were labor organizers and her father caught lead poisoning from his work on the job, that kind of life experience, in a country that is from a very different walk of life than those in the beltway, that is why it matter. to bring in the experience that the american people actually have. >> when you talk about that, we have other posts to take about. we have the labor secretary that is leaving, as is the epa chief, lisa jackson, another force coming reported departure. steven chu and rob kirk, as the president tries to build the inner circle, is it a team of rivals approach to more of allies, to cement his legacy afte
chief renews his push for tasers. heather holmes is live now in the city where members of the police commission got an ear full at a community meeting tonight, heather. >> reporter: every top cop since heather fonb in 2004 has lobbied for these devices but without success. everyone who came here are hoping that the current chief's efforts will fail too. >> we have serious concerns. >> reporter: the the proposal to put tasers on police hands is not letting up. >> reporter: chief greg suhr continues to push for a pilot program to arm 500 officers about 5% of the force with tasers after completing crisis intervention training. prelong who's family said was mentally ill had used a boxed cutter. he then lunged at a police officer with the bloody box cutter. >> it's sad that an individual lost their life. >> tasers pose a danger, we know that they can kill people and they kill people. >> i would have to see an asian american getting killed simply because he doesn't understand or doesn't speak english. and there was no option but to shoot him. >> reporter: now this police commission sub com
button issue returns to san francisco as the city's police chief renews his push for tasers. heather holmes is live now in the city where members of the police commission got an ear full at a community meeting tonight, heather. >> reporter: every top cop since heather fonb in 2004 has lobbied for these devices but without success. everyone who came here are hoping that the current chief's efforts will fail too. >> we have serious concerns. >> reporter: the the proposal to put tasers on police hands is not letting up. >> reporter: chief greg suhr continues to push for a pilot program to arm 500 officers about 5% of the force with tasers after completing crisis intervention training. prelong who's family said was mentally ill had used a boxed cutter. he then lunged at a police officer with the bloody box cutter. >> it's sad that an individual lost their life. >> tasers pose a danger, we know that they can kill people and they kill people. >> i would have to see an asian american getting killed simply because he doesn't understand or doesn't speak english. and there was no option but to
. >> the legislation is named after heather sinclair. house committee members seemed spellbound by her testimony. >> i believe that therapist abuse is an epidemic, and is a silent one. >> heather sinclair is on a crusade to expose a secret horror. she is lobbying for to build named after her. >> the board did not do their job. the police did not do their job. >> heather's father sexually abused her, but her mother would not let police investigate. she gave committee members of videotape she made of her life story. at the tender age of 12, she started taking pills to numb the pain. >> they sent me to children's hospital and put me on medication and that is where i was assaulted by male nurse. >> even as an adult mother of a 4-year-old and an eight-row. >> why did plan to kill myself. >> she saw professional help. she shared her innermost anxieties, fears, and hopes, with a licensed therapist based in columbia. the therapist demanded sex in return. she says he threatened to kill her and her family if she reported him. she didome digging and discovered her therapist served 04-year prison term for felony
>> good morning. i am heather childers. >> i am patti ann browne. it is january 15th. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". time now for the top 5@5:00. lance armstrong always denied it. >> i am never taking drugs and incidents like that could never happen. how clear is that. >> that was then this is now. >> a bombshell confession. he admit to do oprah winfrey he took performance enhancing drugs during his career. he visited his live strong cancer foundation before the interview with winfrey. he offered an apology to staff members. there's word armstrong may return some of the $30 million the u.s. postal service paid to sponsor him and testify against cycling officials who knew he doped. the interview is set to air on thursday. >> vice president joe biden will announce his recommendations on the task force to curve gun violence. president obama is working on 19 executive orders which would bypass congress. it will push to renew the assault weapons ban and universal background checks. you can't support the second amendment and restrictions. >> it is like the bible, either
>> good morning to you. i am heather nauert. >> i am ainsley earhardt. it is tuesday january the 8th. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". >> top stories making news at this hour. timothy geithner is getting ready to cash out as treasury secretary. now we know who will likely replace them. fox news is confirming president obama is expected to nominate jack lieu the white house chief of staff in that position. it will likely happen by next week. they will have to confront the debt ceiling. lew was white house director back in 2011. the search will resume this morning for two teenagers who fell through a frozen lake in new jersey. neighbors say they heard people yelling for help last night. they saw the boys struggling down in the water. two neighbors tried to help the boys but they had to turn back because it was too dangerous. crews searched for hours last night. so far no signs of the boys. >>> the preliminary hearings for the accused gunman in colorado continues today. haunting details about the july hooting were revealed including that holmes bought his movie ticket 12
♪ [ music ] >> good morning everyone. i am patti ann browne. >> happy new year. i am heather cheryledilders. it is january 1st, 2013. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". we begin with fox news alert. shy of the deadline the senate passed a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff. >> that goes to the house for a vote. doug mcelway is live with what it all means. you have been up all night so have i, what do we have? >> little more than 2 hours after the deadline passed they passed a stopgap fiscal cliff bill that spares the vast majority of americans tax increases. it passed with broad bipartisan support the final vote was 89 yai's 8 nay's. they pent went to the floor to describe a flawed bill one of the best they could craft given the different priorities over the two parties for the last couple years. >> shouldn't be a model of how we do things but i think we can say we have done some good for the country. we have done some good for the country. we have taken care of the revenue side of this debate. >>> working through the night we have reached a deal with sen more mcconnel
>> good morning to you. i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am heather nauert. i hope you are off to a great day. it is wednesday january the 23rd. thank you so much for watching "fox & friends first". it is time for the top 5@5:00. overnight we are learn will police in texas charged 22-year-old carlton barry in a shooting at lone star college. this was the frightening scene yesterday as two men got into an argument. one pulled out a gun and started firing. he shot the guy he was fighting with and shot a maintenance worker accidentally shooting himself. >> i have seen him open his backpack, and walked up. i seen it until he walked up and i heard shots. >> all three men are in the hospital this morning. >> the top u.s. commander in afghanistan cleared of any wrong doing in the david petraeus e-mail case. e-mails between john allen and socialite jill kelly were racy and flirtatious. allen has been completely exonerated. they were found as the fbi found harassing e-mails sent to kelly by kelly broadwell. petraeus resigned as kcia director over the affair with broadwell. one of al qae
started. >> heather stephenson is an everyday hero. the mother of a teenager and a two year old she's married to an army guardsman who has completed three overseas deployments. heather knows firsthand what it is to have a loved one far from home and in harm's way. heather, we're thrilled to have you with us. thank you for coming. i'm very excited. eleanor is waiting for you right over there on the right-hand side of our stage. so welcome, heather. nice to meet you. i want to know, did you get a good nights sleep? no, not at all. how are we going to do a quilt in a day? i don't know. we can do it. we can. >> so we're all in place everyone is ready to go and we know our first step when making a quilt is to make sure our student can sew an accurate 1/4-inch seam. that's where we start. so everybody let's get going. mary lou you've got it easy because we have this little piece here. but listen, you have this 1/4-inch seam guide. if you don't have one on your machine you can put post-it notes like that at 1/4 inch. that's a great idea. i can sew buttons. i can sew
? >> it is interesting, heather, listening to that. everybody on capitol hill is wondering what the house republicans thinks about the deal. the deal was struck by the vice president and the senate republican leader. the house republicans haven't embraced it yet. they have been meeting behind closed doors. there are a lot of questions about what they are hearing about republican support, how many democratic votes they can bring to the table. the straight up or down vote is they are saying they want to vote on the bill as passed in the senate by a wide bipartisan margin last night. that's interesting because a fairly senior house republican said a very short time ago that he cannot imagine this bill passing in the house without it being sent back to the senate with some amendments. spending cut amendments which a lot of house republicans have heartburn because they say there should be more spending cuts in this bill, but we are running out of time. you heard that point also made. there is 46 hours left in this congress before a new congress is sworn in. ping-ponging back and forthwith amendments gets
. this is a natural right. >> now we have a guest on this matter illinois state senator heather stern. heather, state senator, thank you for joining us. we look forward to talking to you about this. >> cenk: great to have you heather. so you're the one who introduced this and we almost got a passen oh the last session. what went wrong there? >> we just ran out of time. we have a new session starting up and plan to go at this early in the session. we're back february 5 and i'm hoping to hear it soon thereafter. >> cenk: what do you think the chance of success are? >> i think they're great. people have come along. we passed civil unions two years ago. the discussions are very different. there's been a sea change of public opinion on this. every day we see more people starting what's fair under our laws in treating everyone the sail. it's encouraging and heartening. >> cenk: first of all whether gay marriage should be legal or not, we're finally at 53-46 and this number has moved dramatically since by the way 1996, two thirds of american were opposed to gay marriage, now 47% in favor. religion 47% of th
a fender protecting the base of a tower on the bay bridge. ktvu's heather holmes has our continuing coverage. she is live on treasure island tonight to tell us what the investigation has yielded so far, heather. >> reporter: frank the tanker of the overseas raymar has been ordered to remain anchored here indefinitely. tonight as you mentioned the coast guard is telling us that those on board this vessel were told that trouble was ahead. before the 750-foot oil tanker struck a tower of the bay bridge yesterday morning, those monitoring its travels warned of the danger. according to information released late tonight from the u.s. coast guard the vessel traffic service on yerba buena island tapped with helping ships navigate safely was in communication with the overseas raymara and alerted the ship to the hazard. but whether the pilot had time to react remains to be seen. >> the pilot is responsible for the navigation of their own vessel. >> reporter: guy kleess is no advantager to the bay. having guided vessels through the tricky waters since 2005. the coast guard finished their inter
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